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I am replacing hot start lever but there is no tension with the spring and

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It feels like you have either a bad cable routing or that the plunger inside the carburetor is getting stock due to old gaz or that you're spring inside carb is not getting back the plunger in is place...this may also make you're bike running too rich cause it let too much gaz come in....hope it helps.

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Governor requires pushing forward to start. Requires two people to start


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when the engine starts the governor action is to move to the idle position against spring tension
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moving the throttle lever increases the spring tension on the governor lever an so the rpms increase
from what you say there is something wrong with the governor/ spring set up
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How to remove and clean and replace the rear brakes on a 2008Toyota yaris


REMOVING REAR BRAKE DRUM SUB-ASSEMBLY
1. Release the parking brake and remove the rear
brake drum.
If the rear brake drum cannot be removed easily,
do the following:-
2.Remove the hole rubber and insert a screwdriver
through the hole into the backing plate, and hold the
automatic adjust lever away from the adjuster.
3.Using another screwdriver, contract the brake shoe
by turning the adjuster.
4. Take out the brake drum from the flange.
5. remove the shoe hold down spring cup, shoe hold down spring, pin and front side brake shoe.
6. Remove the tension spring. Remove the shoe return spring from the rear brake shoe and remove the parking brake shoe strut set.
7. Remove the shoe holding spring cup, shoe hold spring, pin and rear brake shoe.
8. separate the parking brake cable.
9. Remove the automatic adjust lever tension spring and remove the automatic adjust lever.
10. remove the C-washer and remove the parking brake shoe lever.
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Shifter lever won't return to the " center " position always. The problem is intermittent and seems to occur more in the heat. I've heard there may be something binding the mechanism....


Follow the shifter reach rod that runs from the shift lever back to a short lever on the transmission. Take the nut off and take the rod loose from this short lever. Then, move the forward like you are going to shift into low gear but don't actually shift the transmission into gear. Feel for the spring tension. Then, move the lever backwards and feel for the spring tension there. Check the shift lever and the reach rod for binding. If you don't feel the spring tension trying to return the lever back to the center, it's likely that the shifter pawl return spring is broken. This spring is what returns the shifter lever back to 'center". But,the temperature of the transmission will not change this. If the spring is broken, it's broken cold or hot. If the spring is good and there is not bind in the linkage, the problem may be in the shifter cam mechanism inside the transmission. Either way, this is an internal issue in the transmission.

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The foot lever has gotten jamed and now i cant lift it or lower it. can the tension spring be the problem?


The tension has nothing to do with the foot lever.

However, the foot lever has an effect on the tension controller.

When the foot lever is up, the tension is open.

When the foot lever is down, the tension is closed.

If the lever will not release when you lift it as high as possible, you will need to take the machine in for service.

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Brake Shoes Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Raise and safely support rear of vehicle.
  2. Remove rear wheel assemblies.
  3. Release parking brake.
  4. Remove brake drum.
Rear brake shoe assembly


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  1. Using an appropriate brake spring tool, unhook upper return spring from rearward brake shoe.
  2. Push retainer springs IN and turn to remove tension pins.
  3. Lower brake shoe assembly and remove lower return spring.
  4. Remove brake shoe assembly from back plate.
  5. Disconnect parking brake cable from lever and remove brake shoe.
  6. Remove parking brake lever from brake shoe.

To Install:

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  1. Install parking brake lever to rearward brake shoe.
  2. Secure lever to brake show with a NEW U-clip.
  3. Pinch U-clip closed.
  4. Connect parking brake cable to rearward brake shoe.
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  6. Assemble clevises, adjuster bolt and upper and lower return springs.
  7. Apply a light coat of grease (Molykote 44MA or equivalent) to sliding surfaces.
  8. Install brake shoe assembly onto back plate.
  9. Install tension springs.
  10. Using an appropriate brake spring tool, unhook upper return spring to rearward brake shoe.
  11. Install brake drum.
  12. Install rear wheel assembly.
  13. Lower vehicle.
  14. Adjust self-adjusting brakes by pressing brake pedal several times.

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Shimano Dura Ace Brake lever chatter


A few suggestions:

Lube/replace your cables and housings. If your housings are getting rusty on the inside, it will prevent the tension in the spring of the calipers from returning the brake levers to "home" position. Also, dura-ace levers have an internal return spring that is prone to breaking or coming off its peg (this can't be repaired without disassembling the lever).

Make sure your calipers are clean and move freely, and have sufficient spring tension to return to "home" position.

Be careful not to get lubricant on the braking surfaces, obviously.

As an experiment, remove the wheel and pinch the calipers together with your hands. Then, check to see how loose the brake lever is.

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